Presenting the nominees for the Spanish Startup Awards
Over 6200 Spanish startups, founders and investors enlisted. Vote now for your favourites!
31 JANUARY 2013, BARCELONA, SPAIN
SummaryThe Next Web Jury has chosen 35 nominees out of over 6200 Spanish entries. The Next Web, in partnership with Barcelona.io, introduce the Spanish Startup Awards – an online competition celebrating the hottest startups, entrepreneurs and best investors in the country. Vote now for your favourite startup or investor!
@micho), Jochen Doppelhammer (@jochendo), Maria G. del Pozuelo (@mgdelpozuelo), Jacinto Roca (@jacintroca), Andres Burdett (@andresburdet)
Best Web App: habitissimo.es, cloudwork.com, wuaki.tv, getapp.com, fitboo.com
Best Mobile App: yuilop.com, spartanbits.com, gossip.io, opinator.net, socialdiabetes.com
Best Design: tyba.com, ducksboard.com, iceber.gs, minube.com, playspace.com
Best User Experience: marfeel.com, gossip.io, peertransfer.com, knok.com, marketyou.com
Best investor: Albert Armengol (@albertarmengol), nautacapital.com, kiboventures.com, Martin Varsavsky (@martinvars), faraday.es
Online voting starts now
Anybody can still vote for their favorite startup, entrepreneur or investor until 12 o'clock GMT (1pm CET) on Wednesday February 6th. The winners will be presented online.
The companies who get the most votes in their category will receive a ticket to TNW Conference Europe and of course, eternal fame.TNW and Barcelona.io will host an intimate Barcelona Meetup that takes place on Thursday February 7th. From 8pm the doors of Gran Foc, C/ Roger de Llúria, 23, 08010 Barcelona, are opened for nominees, winners and others from the tech-scene who obtained a ticket. TNW Europe editor Robin Wauters is there to hear what you are working on.
Show your support to the startup community
We are still looking for partners and beer sponsors that would like to show their support to the startup community by chipping in on the bar bill during the meetup: http://thenextweb.com/startupawards/ukraine/become-sponsor
The TNW Startup Awards try to discover the best startups in Europe by focussing on 12 local tech hubs. Berlin, London, Dublin, Paris, Bucharest, Barcelona, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Kiev, Moscow, Istanbul and Copenhagen.
"Europe needs real entrepreneurs to put itself back on the map again. Vigour and drive, the willingness to transform and develop are what's required. Not all hot startups are built in Silicon Valley – we're seeing very talented entrepreneurs with big ideas and great execution all over the world. These startups need to be discovered and their stories need to be told. The TNW Startup Awards tour around Europe helps to identify and shine a light on the best startups, their entrepreneurs and investors in each country," says Patrick de Laive, co-founder of The Next Web.
"Europe needs real entrepreneurs to put itself back on the map again. Vigour and drive, the willingness to transform and develop are what's required. Not all hot startups are built in Silicon Valley – we're seeing very talented entrepreneurs with big ideas and great execution all over the world. These startups need to be discovered and their stories need to be told. The TNW Startup Awards tour around Europe helps to identify and shine a light on the best startups, their entrepreneurs and investors in each country" Patrick de Laive, co-founder of The Next Web
About TNW Startup Awards Europe
The TNW Startup Awards are a series of 12 local awards in Europe's tech hubs. In each country, an online competition where the public can nominate and vote their favourite will determine the hottest startups, founders and investors. After the online awards, meetups with a TNW co-founder or editor will take place in Berlin, London, Dublin, Paris, Barcelona, Bucharest, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Kiev, Moscow, Istanbul and Copenhagen. The categories of the awards are: Startup of the Year, best (co-)founder, best web app, best mobile app, best user experience, slickest design and best investor. The TNW Startup Awards are voted for by the public through their preferred social media channel. http://thenextweb.com/startupawards
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The Next Web Conference is the second largest European Internet conference and is held every year in April, in Amsterdam.